This unit of study explores the notion of advanced nursing practice within the context of the health care system, the clinical practice domain and the nursing profession.
This face to face course is designed for nursing staff who are involved in facilitating clinical education in their work environment, enabling them to gain the knowledge and skills required to develop and implement the principles of adult learning and feedback to staff in their workplace.
This four-hour module has been developed for both enrolled and registered nurses to revise key aspects of infection prevention and control.
The purpose of this unit of study is to build on and consolidate knowledge achieved in the pre-requisite units of study. This unit of study considers issues specifically related to the special needs of the new-born and family admitted to a neonatal intensive care unit.
This unit of study is aimed at students caring for critically unwell/unstable infants. This unit of study is designed for nurses employed within specialist neonatal units attached to delivery services or within children’s hospitals that provide care for neonates with anomalies, high risk infants and/or infants requiring surgery.
The purpose of this unit of study is to build on and consolidate knowledge achieved in the pre-requisite unit of study Applied neonatal physiology (071). Students are challenged to consider issues specifically related to assessment, growth and normal development of the neonate.
This unit of study will extend on previous knowledge to include the assessment and clinical management of newborns who require emergency resuscitation and on-going stabilisation for a variety of underlying pathophysiological conditions.
This unit of study is designed to introduce neonatal nurses and midwives to the professional issues faced within contemporary neonatal practice.
This is the foundational neonatal unit of study. The purpose of this unit of study is for students to develop greater understanding of normal physiology which will in turn facilitate the development of advanced clinical assessment skills.